Rick McKee / Augusta Chronicle By Susan Stamper Brown The Democrat Party presidential debates have been so snooze-worthy, it’s enough to make you wonder if maybe the Democrat National Committee should schedule future debates sometime...Show More Summary
Dr. Condoleezza Rice did not set out be the first and only female member of the College Football Playoff Selection Committee. And she did not set out to break the long-standing male-only membership tradition at Augusta National GolfShow More Summary
Until fairly recently I hadn’t had a good look at Tiger Woods’ project just outside of Houston, Texas. The course, which opened in November, is Bluejack National, and Tiger’s first design in the United States. The course looks eerily similar a course that Tiger has had great success on. Show More Summary
Do not count Augusta National chairman Billy Payne among the Tiger Woods doubters. In an interview with Golfweek, Payne, who is celebrating 10 years as chairman of the club, was asked if he thinks Woods will return to the game. Payne took his answer a step further. Show More Summary
An Augusta National Golf Club green jacket from the 1960s donated to a Houston charity in a bundle of clothes has sold for thousands of dollars to a Pennsylvania car dealer.
Donated Augusta National member green jacket sold in Houston by nonprofit resale shop
The bad news is this auction is now closed, and that the scorecard in question went for a paltry $42. We’re not sure how one goes (...)
Final world ranking adds 15 players to Masters field at Augusta National
There are a lot of perks that come with winning the Masters, and 2015 green jacket winner Jordan Spieth is just starting to realize them. Before playing in a pro-am in Florida last weekend (where he did the Happy Gilmore swing), Spieth made a trip to Augusta National to get in a few rounds. Show More Summary
The world’s top golfer Jordan Spieth treated himself to a trip to Augusta National this past weekend, before appearing at the Grapefruit Pro-Am on Sunday. The 22-year-old put on a show for the Florida crowd and imitated everyone’s favorite golfer, Happy Gilmore. Show More Summary
Three Southern California youth golfers are among the 80 finalists for the Drive, Chip and Putt Championship National Finals to be played on April 3 at Augusta National Golf Club. The local qualifiers are Kayla Sam, 13, of Anaheim Hills; Leigh Chien, 9, of Irvine, and Adriel Luis Abaoag, 9, of...
Republicans in Augusta County, Virginia flouted the separation of church and state after releasing an ad suggesting that only their candidates would defend “Christian heritage” if elected. “God is a foundation of our nation,” county party commitee chair Larry Roller told the...
It'll be interesting to see the Augusta National reaction to Natalie Schmitz
Sunday Oct. 4 is National Taco Day in the U.S. (don’t ask) and everyone is really excited. And by everyone I mean everyone. Take the Augusta Police Department in Maine, that will be holding a taco eating contest starting at 3 p.m. According to … Continue reading ?
Lee Trevino skipped the Masters three times in the prime of his career, a move that baffled so many in the sport. He passed on Augusta National in 1970, '71 and '74, going on to win the U.S. Open and British Open in 1971 and the PGAShow More Summary
SHEBOYGAN, Wis. — Yes, we’re aware that pimento cheese sandwiches exist outside of Augusta National, but in a golf context, (...)
Panthers DE Charles Johnson starts golf career at Augusta National
Nick Rangos is best known for creating Augusta National's pimento cheese sandwich, a dish so beloved that some salivate at the mere thought of it. He died this week in Aiken, South Carolina at the age of 86, the Aiken Standard reported. More...Show More Summary
Rick McKee / Augusta Chronicle By Rick Jensen Donald Trump is the politically unhinged train wreck equivalent of the Kardashians. National news media executives understand the clickbait appeal of big booties and big mouths swinging around...Show More Summary
Zach Johnson's putting coach has another student hoping to find his way into the winner's circle at a national golf championship.